SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays Hits Steam

Friday, November 29th, 2019

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oprainfall | SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays

Bandai Namco Entertainment America has launched SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays in the Americas on PC via Steam. It has a price tag of $59.99, and there is also a season pass available. Those who buy SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays by 4:00 PM Pacific Standard Time on January 6th next year will also get some bonuses. They include unique parts and abilities, as well as the “Sisquiede (Titans Colors)” unit.

The game bridges four different eras of the Mobile Suit Gundam universe. These eras of Gundam include the following:

  • Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
  • Mobile Suit Gundam Seed
  • Mobile Suit Gundam 00
  • and Mobile Suit Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans

 

Players will use the unique “Capture”, “Design”, and “Development” mechanics of the series as they fight for hope and freedom. It’s up to you to win the battles ahead and pave the path to a new era in the Gundam universe.

“We’re thrilled to bring such an epic strategy game to Western audiences. We hope that fans will find endless hours of fun as they recruit and level-up their favorite characters and mobile suits from across the MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM universe.”, said Stephen Akana, Senior Global Brand Manager at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.

 

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